The current generation Nissan Skyline Sedan and Coupe, introduced in 2006 and 2007 respectively, have enjoyed a strong reputation for their sporty designs, high-quality interiors and exhilarating performance. Both the Sedan and Coupe models have received a number of significant changes for the revised model, including a revised exterior for the Nissan Skyline Sedan and a refined interior, enhanced navigation system and upgraded air conditioning for both body configurations.
In addition, the model grading system has been revised to include the new, more affordable Skyline Sedan 250GT A package and the Skyline Coupe 370GT A package models.
Nissan Skyline improved with new transmission and engineMechanical refinements for the Nissan Skyline include the availability of a 7-speed automatic transmission with the 2-wheel drive Skyline Sedan equipped with the 2.5-liter V6 engine. Previously offered only with the 3.7-liter V6 engine, the 7-speed automatic provides an expanded lockup area and neutral idle control for improved fuel efficiency and smoother, seamless acceleration (versus the previous 5-speed automatic-equipped 2.5-liter Sedan).
This model achieves the “2010 standards plus 15%” target and qualifies for Japan’s preferential program for environment-friendly vehicles*1, with the acquisition tax and weight tax both reduced by half. Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) is also now standard across the entire Nissan Skyline range.